China Trade - Highlight
27 May 2016
China’s 13th Five-Year Plan will implement the Made in China 2025 initiative in greater depth, aiming to make the country become a manufacturing powerhouse. This will stimulate China’s demand for advanced technologies. Hong Kong’s extensive technology and professional services can help promote technological cooperation between mainland and foreign enterprises. Hence, Made in China 2025 is set to generate a host of opportunities for Hong Kong’s technology sector and service suppliers.
The German city of Duisburg, the world’s largest inland container port, has become a logistics hotspot for Eurasian traders and logistic players thanks to its location. Being at the west end of the Yuxinou Railway, Duisburg links the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing to Europe.
Guangzhou-based Xiangxue Pharmaceutical unveils ambitious international expansion plans, with its Hong Kong subsidiary playing a key role in R&D and marketing, while Indonesia is set to prove a vital gateway into the lucrative ASEAN market.